Various pedagogies have found popularity in our education system such as Social Constructivism (Vygotsky, 1978) and Experientialism
(Thompson, 2012) for example.
This essay suggests that the Spirit-filled and empowered life invites a pneumatological imagination, hermeneutic, and theological method that carves out a via media between a fundamentalistic scripturalism that neglects the ongoing work of the Spirit on the one side, and a subjectivistic experientialism
that is untethered to the biblical and theological tradition on the other.
The problem reflects a general trend of socio-cultural as well as political experientialism
While Feijoo was no doubt an admirer of Locke and Bacon's experientialism
there is no sense of a "battle ground" being fought between moderation and radicalism in Feijoo's writings.
In order to better substantiate the previous points, we will first give a brief outline of the theory of embodied realism in CL, on which the notion of experientialism
She also introduces experientialism
, a fundamental theory of cognitive linguistics, into second-language research in order to test whether its premises and predictions will be confirmed in the second-language setting as they have been in the first-language setting.
the notions of experientialism
, realism, and the assumption of an embodied mind) are also stressed by Violi (2008), who blends Merleau-Ponty's ideas with Peircean semiotics:
As a result, art researchers have emphasized that the root of arts consumption is arts experientialism
Unfortunately, it is hard to see how a view that combines Mentalism and Experientialism
could accommodate any of these suggestions.
about Well-Being: The "Strong" Experience-Quality Defense of Subjective Well-Being Surveys B.
From my perspective, the hope for advancing arts education discourse incorporating elements of utilitarianism is to synthesize aspects of Deweyan experientialism
, Materialism, and the Pursuit of Happiness.